Limits to adaptation KEY FINDINGS - Climate change adaptation in low-lying Torres Strait Islands
This document summarises key findings from the NCCARF project Limits to Climate Change Adaptation in Low-lying Torres Strait Islands.
The project final report contributes to the understanding of the social and cultural limits to adaptation for small island communities in Torres Strait and elsewhere, elicited through interviews and focus groups with key stakeholders within the selected island communities. It seeks to better understand and define the adaptation strategies that communities and community members in the Torres Strait consider to be appropriate, what resources and required, and how and when particular adaptation strategies might be effective or otherwise. Thus the project provides new and necessary information required to guide culturally appropriate adaptation planning and responses for these communities in the future.